How investors are responding to today's changing macroeconomics
The certainties that underpinned financial markets for the past decade or more are quickly unravelling. From a new monetary policy regime to worries about recession – investors are reassessing their capital assumption models. If the new theme is change, the asset management industry will need to adapt to grow. A shift in focus is necessary.
Confusion is now the central factor behind many financial market moves. This is likely to remain so for the foreseeable future.
Looking ahead, the economic and financial scenarios that could prevail are varied. However, investors can hedge some of the ongoing uncertainty.
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This Capital Markets Assumption document incorporates BlackRock's latest estimates of how the financial world can reach net-zero.
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The global economy continues to face a growing number of headwinds, with inflation remaining the chief concern for many investors around the world.
Energy markets are undergoing a massive transformation. This year's shock to energy prices has given policy makers a dilemma.
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Recession seems to be less a question of if, and more of how big it will be. Data already points to an economic downturn going forward.
As central banks continue to tighten monetary policy, markets are anticipating a recession. Looking at what investors are pricing though, it may be a soft one.
Tomorrow is created by today's new technologies. Understanding the trends underlying technology can be a useful tool in predicting what the economy may do.
The asset management industry continues to grow. However, growth means different things - from new asset classes and product types to exploring new distribution channels.